Landino Photo Image Studio

Since childhood..Neil has always been artistic, painting, drawing, sketching. But it wasn’t until he borrowed a friend’s camera in high school that he realized that this was the medium that he can truly connect to. Having been trained in film photography, LandinoPhoto was born in the dawn of the digital photography age.

Since childhood..Neil has always been artistic, painting, drawing, sketching. But it wasn’t until he borrowed a friend’s camera in high school that he realized that this was the medium that he can truly connect to. Having been trained in film photography, LandinoPhoto was born in the dawn of the digital photography age. Since inception, Neil’s work has grown from intimate fine art portraits, simple and elegant weddings, to some of the finest designed interior and exterior spaces in the area. His worked has been published in prominent national shelter magazines, has won international garden design awards and is consistently seen in regional publications. Currently, he’s working on his first full book based on Swedish design.
Neil’s eye and composition draws you into his images. He showcases the natural beauty of light spilling into a room while emphasizing the intended design elements that have been thoughtfully constructed. The strength of Neil’s photography lies in his sincere connection with his subjects. His easygoing and inviting personality is displayed in his images.

http://www.landinophoto.com/

Creative Evolution, Decorative Painting and Custom Murals

Patrick Ganino is the owner of Creative Evolution, a full-service decorative painting company that has operated in Connecticut and surrounding states since 1999. His clients have included successful business owners, celebrities, and high-profile interior designers. His work has been featured in many newspapers, magazine articles, and TV yet his responsiveness and personal dedication to clients remains his first priority.

Patrick Ganino is the owner of Creative Evolution, a full-service decorative painting company that has operated in Connecticut and surrounding states since 1999. His clients have included successful business owners, celebrities, and high-profile interior designers. His work has been featured in many newspapers, magazine articles, and TV yet his responsiveness and personal dedication to clients remains his first priority. He approaches each commission with an eye for the client’s individual taste and style, a passion for creating unique and lasting designs, and a wealth of experience in delighting even the most exacting clients. In addition to offering a wide range of faux painting and custom murals, Ganino has written a book entitled The Business of Faux, produced instructional DVDs for artists, teaches classes at his studio, and participates in The Faux Forum, a website he developed. He has worked with renowned artists from around the world and recently completed a spectacular series of murals on the exterior of a 12-story building in Brooklyn, NY. Ganino strives to continue to offer his clients an exceptional level of commitment on all projects. His drive to continually master new techniques will ensure lasting satisfaction from clients who expect only the best.

Distinctive Projects

Renovation of the Wadsworth Mansion, 2002 Middletown, CT… Residence of 2003 World Ice Skating Champion Shae Lynn Bourne, 2007 Rocky Hill, CTResidence of Judy Sheinland (Judge Judy), 2008Greenwich, CTRenovation of 2 12 story building (6000 sf mural) 2009 Brooklyn, NY TV Work ABC’s Extreme Home Makeover, 2007,08 Connecticut and New Jersey Bravo’s Tabatha’s Salon Takeover, 2010 Boston, Ma Fox’s Gordon Ramsey Kitchen Nightmares, 2010,11 Florida, Connecticut Spike’s Bar Rescue, 2011 Framingham, Ma Publications “Country Sampler’s Decorating Ideas” magazine, Oct 2005 Article featuring work done by Creative Evolution Spectacular Homes of New England, 2006 Featured work done by Creative Evolution The Business of Faux, 2007 Written by Patrick Ganino For more info: View Our Full Website

Phone: (860)334-5504

Email: pganino@creativeevolution.net

East Coast Home + Design March/April 2011

It isn’t unusual to hear a designer reference taking elements from nature and “bringing the outside in.” This practice is credited with transforming countless homes into havens of tranquility. Yet how often does one read about bringing the inside out? As Yankess, we cherish the precious months we can enjoy the outdoors and this Greenwich property truly embraces this notion.

Story By Elizabeth Ervin

It isn’t unusual to hear a designer reference taking elements from nature and “bringing the outside in.”  This practice is credited with transforming countless homes into havens of tranquility.  Yet how often does one read about bringing the inside out?  As Yankess, we cherish the precious months we can enjoy the outdoors and this Greenwich property truly embraces this notion.

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